The University of Exeter Business School has recently gained accreditation status from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Sitting alongside accreditations from EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System) and the Association of Masters in Business Administration (AMBA), the Business School has now officially earned the “Triple Crown” accreditation.
This has been awarded by three of the largest accreditation organisations in business schools globally, placing the University of Exeter’s business school amongst less than 1% of the world’s business schools.
the Business School has now officially earned the “Triple Crown” accreditation
Based in Exeter and Penryn, the business school holds just under 4,000 students across courses in Finance, Accounting, Economics and Management and its students represent over 150 countries globally.
In response to receiving this prestigious recognition, Professor David Bruce Allen, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Business School remarked their “mission is to deliver outstanding and innovative business education and research that address the major challenges confronting businesses and society.”
Recognition of the University of Exeter Business School is not limited to this elite triage of accreditations, as it has also been certified by the Chartered Financial Analyst, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, Chartered Institute of Professional Development, Chartered Management Institute and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.